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johnnyrazorhead
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Picked up another B-riser in a trade this week-end and although it is already on the list I thought I would post some pics of it along with my other risers.I know we all like to see pictures.Can you tell I have a thing for the B-risers?This one is serial # B-1443.Bow is the third bow from the left in the first picture:
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Bow is fourth from left in this picture:
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JavelinaHink
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Nice line up there John [thumbsup] Hink

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Larry m
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WOW, Very Impressive lineup you have there John!
Very Nice Indeed........

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Great addition,John! [thumbsup]

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Thanks guys.They sure are purty!
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What a picture!
Beautiful specimens you have John.
I particularly love that very special early design B riser you have pictured with the production risers. So cool!

Bravo!.........Philip

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Philip- Ya you can really see how the take-down risers evolved from those early designs.Kinda like the production style better,not quite so large.
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Bill, 1159 was once my bow, i think i have the original box it came in, great bow. Ray
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B-1388, factory site window, brown bears, original finish.
B-1090,signed by Fred Bear,brown bears, four holes in front of riser.

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Can anyone help me date this bow, its a Takedown B-3478.

Can anyone tell me if its late 70's or 80's?
i'd appreciate it.

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quote:
Originally posted by Ted Fry:
Two of the B wood handles in our used and collectibles section on the Raptor Archery web page right now , LH 2B-5877 and RH B-3478 that are looking for a new home now.

Haha it's your bow nice... what year is it?
I'm interested in getting my first bear takedown and this one seems suitable.

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B-3478 1982.

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Soon to be passed on I believe. Wish I could keep, but have the Stickbowman A handle which was my dream.

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